## Description

The Upper Bound value for a hyperparameter in the value table is not valid. Each hyperparameter has a range of possible values. The Upper Bound value for each selected hyperparameter must be within the range of valid values for that hyperparameter.

## Solution

Provide an Upper Bound value within the range for the specified parameter.

Label | Name | Range |
---|---|---|

Number of Trees | number_of_trees | An integer value greater than 1. |

Maximum Tree Depth | maximum_depth | An integer value greater than or equal to 0. |

Minimum Leaf Size | minimum_leaf_size | An integer value greater than 1. |

Data Available per Tree (%) | sample_size | An integer value greater than 0 and less than or equal to 100. |

Number of Randomly Sampled Variables | random_variables | An integer value less than or equal to the number of explanatory variables. This includes the explanatory variables from fields, distance features, and rasters. |

Learning Rate (Eta) | eta | A double value greater than 0 and less than or equal to 1. |

L2 Regularization (Lambda) | reg_lambda | A double value greater than or equal to 0. |

Minimum Loss Reduction for Splits (Gamma) | gamma | A double value greater than or equal to 0. |

Maximum Number of Bins for Searching Splits | max_bins | An integer value greater than 1 or equal to 0. A value of 0 means the model will create a candidate split at every data point. |